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Commendation: Land Rover BAR America’s Cup HQ Building, Portsmouth

The headquarters building for Sir Ben Ainslie’s challenge to host the America’s Cup in 2021 is a steel-framed structure combining a manufacturing area with …

New town makeover

Steel construction is playing a leading role in a £250M retail scheme that will transform a large swathe of Bracknell town centre. One of the new towns built …

Wales gets flagship school

Steel construction has ensured a challenging shaped school has been designed and erected successfully One of the first projects in Wales’ 21st Century …

Steel shows growth in key markets

Structural steelwork has been confirmed as the preferred market choice as a framing solution in the 2015 Market Share survey, which confirms the upward trend …

Rebuild for Merseyside hospital

Structural steelwork is playing a crucial role in the redevelopment of one of the largest hospitals in the north of England. Currently under construction, the …

Steel passes college test

A steel-framed college campus forms a major element of Sunderland city centre’s regeneration. Martin Cooper reports. A multi-million pound steel-framed …

Steel chips in for barn design

With a capacity of 12,000t of boxed potatoes, steel construction has helped create one of the largest potato stores in the UK. One of East Anglia’s largest …

Manchester NOMA development expands with steel

Planning applications have been submitted for two steel-framed office buildings at the £800M NOMA development in Manchester. The joint venture between The …

Other Finalists

St James’s Gateway, London The St James’s Gateway redevelopment is a central London mixed-use scheme including 5,300m² of office space, 2,600m² of retail …

Survey shows strong growth in key markets

Steel has been confirmed as the preferred market choice as a framing solution in the 2014 Market Share survey which confirms the upward trend of demand for …

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